Wesley Church celebrates 100 years

Last updated 10:24 04/11/2012
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CRAIG SIMCOX/Fairfax NZ

TAKING TO THE STREETS: Wesley Church members march down Taranaki St in Wellington.

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Hundreds of people attended the celebration of 100 years of Wellington's Wesley Methodist Church this morning.

A parade, including musicians and flag bearers, departed the town hall at 9.15am and marched down Wakefield St to end at Wesley Church on Taranaki St.

Roads were closed off during the event. 

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- The Dominion Post

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